Electronic Skills for your CV in the Engineering Industry

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Electronic Skills List in the Engineering Industry

Below we have compiled a list of the most popular skills for an Electronic role. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Electronic job descriptions they appeared on. For example, 54% of Electronic job descriptions contained electronics as a required skill.

Skills

Popularity

electronics
54%
soldering
27%
electronic engineering
27%
manufacturing
20%
assembler
20%
pcb
20%
wiring
20%
assembly
20%
pic
14%
crimping
14%
fault finding
14%
engineering
14%
electronic
14%
testing
14%
arm
14%
knutsford
7%
microcontroller
7%
software test
7%
c/c++
7%
leek
7%
microprocessor
7%
design
7%
digital electronics
7%
embedded c
7%
outside ir35
7%
mechanical assembler
7%
circuit design
7%
microcontrollers
7%
production operative
7%
microprocessors
7%
stockport
7%
warehouse operative
7%
pcb design
7%
pcb layout
7%
sutton
7%
analytical
7%
electronic design engineer
7%
technician
7%
crawley
7%
temporary
7%
electronic assembler
7%
east grinstead
7%
electrical engineering
7%
electrical engineer
7%
debugging
7%
electrics
7%
panel wiring
7%
analog
7%
electronics technician
7%
horsham
7%
analogue
7%
military
7%
digital
7%
test
7%
repair
7%
buxton
7%
altium
7%
congleton
7%
emc
7%
labview
7%
analog circuits
7%
contract
7%
hardware
7%
own transport
7%

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